The markets of Pico-Robertson bring the flavor of home to LA’s Persian Jewish community—including those who’ve never been to Iran
Why I’m learning a language I’ll probably never get to use
Jews and Muslims love the Iranian rice dish in equal measure. Could the food be a kickoff to long-lasting peace?
Face to face with the challenges of living a double life under the Iranian theocracy
From Tabriz to Albany, Anna Kaplan has arrived as a rising name in politics
Calls to excommunicate pro-Trump Jews are not simply wrong. They’re poison.
Iran Week: Watching a 3,000-year history come to an end in Persia
Iran, Iraq, Gaza, Israel, Shia, Sunni, Muslim, Jew
The anti-Israelism and anti-Semitism of Iranian intellectuals is especially troubling for one former comrade
As Jews around the world commemorate the rescue of Persian Jewry, how do those who live where the story took place mark the day?
The first-ever Farsi-language history book about the Holocaust comes out just as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad leaves office
Jews from Iran to India once spoke their own languages. The few remaining speakers are now the ends of those linguistic lines.
A look at the Afghan Geniza sheds new light on Jewish history
Shahs of Sunset, Bravo’s latest Hobbesian experiment on the lives of the nouveau riche, is a fascinating piece of television—in spite of itself
From crispy rice to chickpea dumplings, Persian Jewish cuisine offers new and different ways to celebrate the New Year
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